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False false alarm

OMG, loans, you guys. So, after a lot of kerfuffle, we are moving. Again. Again again, even. So, I’m not only working on edits and finishing another book, I’m also packing to move. 281 more words

Getting Published

Conference Tidbits: Pitching Advice

I am, by no means, an expert on pitching.  I can’t write a good query letter to save my life.  (Although I think that also ties back to the novels I’ve tried to query and the fact that they were lacking that core idea that would work well in a pitch, but I digress.) 1,038 more words

Writing

Seriously Write: Preparing for Your Pitch by Renee Andrews

Just in time for your trip to the ACFW conference or any other writing conference! On today’s Seriously Write post, Renee Andrews shares information to help you with your pitch to editors and agents. 15 more words

The Writing Life

Writer's Idol

My husband loves horror movies. I’m not sure why, but if I had to guess, I’d say it has something to do with the anticipation and the adrenaline, that delicious feeling of knowing something is about to happen, but having no idea exactly when it will come or how. 554 more words

Writing

Conference Tidbits: Using Self-Pub to Move to Traditional Pub

This came up at the conference and it also came up on one of the forums I read on a regular basis.  I think the problem with asking a question like this on a forum is that most of them have their biases.  952 more words

Writing

Conference Tidbits: Why You Need An Agent

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I was at a writer’s conference this past weekend and picked up a lot of great information (as usual).  1,039 more words

Writing

Download Speeds. Bah, humbug!

Ten year ago I never gave a thought to download speeds. I’m not sure I even knew what they were. Now I know more than I want to, and the bottom line is mine suck. 483 more words